People have a tendency to assume everyone navigates the world in the same way they do: on two legs, responding to visual cues, hearing speech, reading emotion. For developers this often means web accessibility comes as an afterthought, if at all. But we can do better! Keyboard accessibility affects a broad range of users with vision and mobility impairments, and they still deserve to be able to get spied on by Uber, overshare on social media, and create cat memes.
Let’s make that happen! Come learn to create widgets that leave your users saying, “I’d tab that!”